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[Jackson 1917] Jackson, J. W. (1917). Shells as evidence of the migrations of early culture. Manchester and London: The University Press and Longmans, Green & Co.

[Jackson-L 1885] Jackson, L., & Brown, T. S. (1885). Our Caughnawagas in Egypt: A narrative of what was seen and accomplished by the contingent of North American Indian voyageurs who led the British boat expedition for the relief of Khartoum up the cataracts of the Nile, retrieved March 30, 2010. Publication ourcaughnawagasi00jackrich on Archive.org (open access).

[Jackson-M 2010] Jackson, M. S. (2010). Bracketing the age of the Great Gallery rock art panel in Horseshoe Canyon, Utah by OSL dating of associated alluvial terraces, Paper 53 (Undergraduate Honors Thesis, Utah State University).

[Jackson-W 2004] Jackson, W. (2004). The Ras Shamra discovery. Montgomery, Alabama: Apologetics Press, Inc.

[Jahnichen 2006] Jähnichen, G. (2006). Sardinian air in Lao pipes, Proceedings from the 16th International Meeting of the ICTM Study Group on Folk Musical Instruments, Tautosakos Darbai / Folklore Studies, 32, 66–85. ISSN 1392–2831.

[James 1830] James, E. (1830). A narrative of the captivity and adventures of John Tanner — During thirty years residence among the Indians in the interior of North America. London: Baldwin & Cradock.

[James 1920] James, G. W. (1920). New Mexico - the land of the delight makers. Boston: The Page Company.

[Jameson 1839] Jameson, A. M. (1839). Winter studies and Summer rambles in Canada, in Three Volumes. New York: Wiley and Putnam.

[Jameson 1907] Jameson, J. F. (general editor) (1907). Spanish explorers in the Southern United States 1528–1543, Original Narratives of Early American History series. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.

[Jaskowski 1981] Jaskowski, H. (1981). My heart will go out': Healing songs of Native American women, International Journal of Women’s Studies, 4(2), 118–134.

[Jastrow 1906] Jastrow, M., Jr. (1906). A Babylonian parallel to the Story of Job, Journal of Biblical Literature, 25(2), 135–191. Publication 3260156 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Jastrow 1915] Jastrow, M., Jr. (1915). The Civilization of Babylonia and Assyria — Its remains, language, history, religion, commerce, law, art, and literature. J. B. Lippincott Co. Publication cu31924028554271 on Archive.org (open access).

[Jeancon 1923] Jeançon, J. A. (1923). Excavations in the Chama Valley, New Mexico, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, 81. Publication bulletin811923smit on Archive.org (open access).

[Jeancon 1925] Jeançon, J. A. (1925). Indian song book. Denver, Colorado: Denver Allied Arts.

[Jeancon 1929] Jeançon, J. A. (1929). Archaeological investigations in the Taos Valley, New Mexico, during 1920, Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 81(19), 1–21. Publication 3015.

[Jelsma 2000] Jelsma, J. (2000). A bed of ochre: Mortuary practices and social structure of a maritime archaic Indian society at Port au Choix, Newfoundland «Een bed van oker. Grafgebruik en socia Ie structuur van een Indiaanse samenleving te Port au Choix, Newfoundland, Canada (4220-4000 BP)» (Doctoral dissertation, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands), retrieved on April 6, 2011.

[Jenkins 2001] Jenkins, J. S. (2001). The Mozart effect, Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 94(4), 170–172.

[Jenness-D 1928] Jenness, D. (1928). People of the twilight. New York: Macmillan.

[Jenness-SE 1991] Jenness, S. E. (1991). Arctic odyssey: The diary of Diamond Jenness, ethnologist with the Canadian Arctic Expedition in Northern Alaska and Canada, 1913–1916. Canadian Museum of Civilization.

[Jensen-E 1997] Jensen, E. P. (1997). Brain compatible strategies. Corwin.

[Jensen-E 1998] Jensen, E. P. (1998). Teaching with the brain in mind. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

[Jensen-E 2001] Jensen, E. P. (2001). Arts with the brain in mind. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

[Jensen-E 2005] Jensen, E. P. (2005). Teaching with the brain in mind, Revised Second Edition. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

[Jensen-O 2005] Jensen, O., Goel, P., Kopell, N., Pohja, M., Hari, R., & Ermentrout, B. (2005). On the human sensorimotor-cortex beta rhythm: Sources and modeling, NeuroImage, 26(2), 347–355, doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2005.02.008. Publication 15907295 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).

[Jerkic 1993] Jerkic, S. (1993). Burials and bones: A summary of burial patterns and human skeletal research in Newfoundland and Labrador, Newfoundland Studies, 9(2), 213–234. ISSN 0823-1737.

[Jing 2003] Jing, M. (2003). A theoretical study of the vibration and acoustics of Ancient Chinese bells, Journal of the Acoustic Society of America, 114(3), 1622–1628, doi:10.1121/1.1600727. Publication 14514215 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).

[Jishie 1992] Jishie, F., Jr., Yazzie, R. K., Yazzie, S., Jr., & Yazzie, S. (1992). Navajo songs from Canyon De Chelly, New World Records, 80406-2.

[Johannes 2009] Johannes, J. W. (2009). What you say with what you play: Suggestions for Native American flute presenters / performers, Voice of the Wind, 2009(4), 5–7.

[Johansson 2006] Johansson, S. (2006). Constraining the time when language evolved, Papers of the Sixth International Conference on Evolution of Language (Evolang6), Rome, Italy, April 12–15, 2006.

[John 1947] John, C. J., & Jones, A.; Fenton, W. N. (recording and editing) (1947). Seneca songs from Coldspring Longhouse, Library of Congress Music Division, Recording Laboratory, 17. Accompanying audio recording is [Fenton 1948].

[Johnson 1974] Johnson, P. C. (1974). Fipple flute, United States Patent 3,815,466, retrieved December 5, 2009.

[Johnson-AL 2008] Johnson, A. L. (2008). Race and remembrance. Wayne State University Press.

[Johnson-F 1951] Johnson, F. (1951). Radiocarbon dating, American Antiquity, 17(1), 5–19.

[Johnson-G 2001] Johnson, G. (2001). Spreading the fun! The Native American flute in the school system, Voice of the Wind, 2001(2), 5–6.

[Johnson-G 2004] Johnson, G. (2004). Spreading the fun! The Native American flute in the school system — Part 2, Voice of the Wind, 2004(2), 16–17.

[Johnson-HB 1963] Johnson, H. B. (1963). An investigation of the tuning preferences of a selected group of singers with reference to just intonation, Pythagorean tuning, and equal temperament (Mus.Ed.D. dissertation, Indiana University).

[Johnson-M 1991] Johnson, M. (1991). Biotic resources and site location: An argument for risk minimization, contained in Jornada Mogollon Archaeology: Collected Papers from the Fifth and Sixth Jornada Mogollon Conferences, edited by M. Duran and P. Beckett. Las Cruces, New Mexico: Coas Publishing and Research and Human Systems Research, 9–15.

[Johnson-R 1977] Johnson, R. (engineer, liner notes, photography); Mayer, J. (engineer) (1977). Sacred flute music from New Guinea — Volume 1: Madang, Quartz Publications, Quartz 001.

[Johnson-R 1999] Johnson, R. (engineer, liner notes, photography); Mayer, J. (engineer) (1999). Sacred flute music from New Guinea — Volume 1: Madang, Rounder Records, CD 5154.

[Johnson-R 1999a] Johnson, R. (engineer, liner notes, photography); Mayer, J. (engineer) (1999). Sacred flute music from New Guinea — Volume 2: Windim Mambu, Rounder Records, CD 5155.

[Johnson-S 2000] Johnson, S. (2000). Authenticity: Who needs it?, British Journal of Music Education, 17(3), 277–286.

[Johnson-TA 2008] Johnson, T. A. Foundations of diatonic theory — A mathematically based approach to music fundamentals.

[Johnson-VE 2013] Johnson, V. E. (2013). Revised standards for statistical evidence, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, doi:10.1073/pnas.1313476110.

[Johnston 1976] Johnston, T. F. (1976). Eskimo music by region: A comparative circumpolar study, National Museum of Man Mercury Series. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada. ISSN 0316-1854, Canadian Ethnology Service, Paper number 32.

[Johnston 1976a] Johnston, T. F. (1976). The Eskimo songs of Northwestern Alaska, Arctic, 29, 7–19.

[Johnston-A 2014] Johnston, A. (2014). Charles Greul: The non-Aboriginal forebearer to the Northwest Coast printmaking movement, The Carleton Graduate Journal of Art and Culture, 2.

[Johnston-HH 1886] Johnston, H. H. (1886). The Kilima-Njaro expedition — A record of scientific exploration in Eastern Equatorial Africa. And a general description of the natural history, languages, and commerce of the Kilima-Njaro district. Kegan Paul, Trench & Company.

[Johnston-HH 1902] Johnston, H. H. (1902). The Uganda Protectorate: An attempt to give some description of the physical geography, botany, zoology, anthropology, languages and history of the territories under British protection in East Central Africa, between the Congo Free State and the Rift Valley and between the first degree of south latitude and the fifth degree of north latitude, Volume 2. London: Hutchinson & Co.

[Jones 1939] Jones, W. (1939). Ethnography of the Fox Indians.

[Jones 1981] Jones, A. M. (1981). Peruvian panpipe tunings: More on Haeberli's data, Ethnomusicology, 25(1), 105–107. Publication 850979 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Jones-G 2007] Jones, G. (2007). Really, really old toe bone whistle, Bulletin of Primitive Technology, 33.

[Jones-MJ 2010] Jones, M. J. (2010). Revival and community: The history and practices of a Native American flute circle (Master of Arts dissertation, Kent State University, College of the Arts / School of Music, Ohio).

[Jones-OR 1972] Jones, O. R., Jr. (field recordings and editor) (1972). Music of the Algonkians — Woodland Indians, Cree, Montagnais, Naskapi, Folkways Records and Service Corp., FE 4253. Reissued in [Jones-OR 2007].

[Jones-OR 2007] Jones, O. R., Jr. (field recordings and editor) (2007). Music of the Algonkians — Woodland Indians, Cree, Montagnais, Naskapi, Smithsonian / Folkways Archival Series, Smithsonian / Folkways Recordings, FE 4253. Source archive: Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage. Reissue of [Jones-OR 1972].

[Jones-OW 2010] Jones, O. W. (2010). Wild horse mountain flutes.

[Jordan 2009] Jordan, D. K. (2009). Prehistoric Beringia: A beginner's guide to the homeland of the Peoples of the Americas. San Diego: University of California, retrieved June 15, 2010.

[Jorgensen 1991] Jorgensen, O. H. {. (1991). Tuning — Containing the perfection of eighteenth-century temperament, the lost art of nineteenth-century temperament, and the science of equal temperament, complete with instructions for aural and electronic tuning. Michigan State University Press: published by, East Lansing, Michigan.

[Jorgensen 2009] Jorgensen, O. H. {. (2009). About the temperament used by J. S. Bach and others. Frank French on Tuner's Art: published by, retrieved November 24, 2011.

[Jorgensen 2006] Jorgensen, O., & Kanter, J. (2006). Temperaments visualized.

[Jorio 1832] Jorio, A. d. (1832). La mimica degli antichi investigata nel gestire Napoletano «The mime of the Ancients investigated through Neapolitan gesture». Dalla stamperia e cartiera del Fibreno, in Italian. Publication lamimicadeglian03jorigoog on Archive.org (open access).

[Joseph 2014] Joseph, S., & Slupik, L. M.; Ali, O. K. M. (photographs) (2014). Leta's flutes, The Times of Oman.

[Joyce 1996] Joyce, K. A. (1996). The Native American flute in the Southwestern United States: Past and present (D.M.A. dissertation, University of Arizona). Dissertation Abstracts International order number DA9713378.

[Joyce-Grendahl 1997a] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (1997). Myths and legends, Voice of the Wind, 1997(1), 5–7.

[Joyce-Grendahl 1997b] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (1997). New note found for the six-hole Native American flute, Voice of the Wind, 1997(1), 13–15.

[Joyce-Grendahl 1997c] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (1997). An interview with John Rainer, Jr., Voice of the Wind, 1997(2), 12–14.

[Joyce-Grendahl 1998a] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (1998). Nakai's TABlature system for the Native American flute, Voice of the Wind, 1998(4), 2–6.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2000] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2000). Eagle bone whistles — Description, usage, and etiquette, Voice of the Wind, 2000(3), 5–9.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2004] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2004). It's not music! — Addressing Eurocentrism, Voice of the Wind, 2004(4), 15–17.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2009] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2009). Breathing as a musician, Voice of the Wind, 2009(2), 7–10.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2009a] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2009). Labelling your flutes correctly: the indian arts and crafts act of 1990, Voice of the Wind, 2009(2), 16.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2010] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2010). The Norwegian seljefløyte, Voice of the Wind, 2010(2), 6–7.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2010a] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2010). Embracing TABlature, Voice of the Wind, 2010(1), 15–17.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2010b] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2010). The Tongan nose-flute, the Fangufangu, Voice of the Wind, 2010(3), 14–15.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2010c] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2010). Indian arts and crafts amendment of 2010, Voice of the Wind, 2010(4), 28.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2011] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2011). The ocarina: One potato, two potato, sweet potato …, Voice of the Wind, 2011(2), 18–19.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2011a] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2011). The tin whistle, Voice of the Wind, 2011(4).

[Joyce-Grendahl 2012] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2012). Getting the most out of a private flute lesson, Voice of the Wind, 2012(4).

[Judd 1930] Judd, N. M. (1930). The excavation and repair of Betatakin, Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 77(5).

[Judd 1936] Judd, N. M. (1930). Walter Hough: An appreciation, American Anthropologist, 38(3), 471–481. Publication 662191 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Judd 1954] Judd, N. M.; Allen, G. M. (appendix) (1954). The material culture of Pueblo Bonito — with appendix: Canid remains from Pueblo Bonito and Pueblo del Arroyo, Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 124, retrieved September 12, 2010. Publication 4172. Publication smithsonianmisce1241954smit on Archive.org (open access).

[Judson 1910] Judson, K. B. (editor) (1910). Myths and legends of the Pacific Northwest — Especially of Washington and Oregon. Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co. Reissued in [Judson 1997]. Publication mythslegendsofpa00juds on Archive.org (open access).

[Judson 1912] Judson, K. B. (editor) (1912). Myths and legends of California and the old Southwest. Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., retrieved March 13, 2010. OCLC Number 1106276. Reissued in [Judson 2001], [Judson 2008], [Judson 2008a], [Judson 2009]. Publication mythslegcaliold00judsrich on Archive.org (open access).

[Judson 1913] Judson, K. B. (editor) (1913). Myths and legends of the Great Plains. Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co. Reissued in [Judson 2007].

[Judson 1997] Judson, K. B. (editor); Miller, J. (introduction) (1997). Myths and legends of the Pacific Northwest, Second Edition. Bison Books. Reissue of [Judson 1910].

[Judson 2001] Judson, K. B. (editor) (2001). Myths and legends of California and the old Southwest. Project Gutenberg, retrieved March 13, 2010. Reissue of [Judson 1912].

[Judson 2007] Judson, K. B. (editor) (2007). Myths and legends of the Great Plains. Project Gutenberg, retrieved March 13, 2010. Reissue of [Judson 1913].

[Judson 2008] Judson, K. B. (editor) (2008). Myths and legends of California and the old Southwest, Second Edition. HardPress. Reissue of [Judson 1912].

[Judson 2008a] Judson, K. B. (editor) (2008). Myths and legends of California and the old Southwest. Forgotten Books. Reissue of [Judson 1912].

[Judson 2009] Judson, K. B. (editor) (2001). Myths and legends of California and the old Southwest. Plain Label Books. Reissue of [Judson 1912].

[Jukebox 2012] Jukebox, G. (record company) (2012). The Southern journey of Alan Lomax words, photographs, and music, Global Jukebox.

[Jurrens 1965] Jurrens, J. The music of the Sioux Indians of the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota and its use in the elementary school (Ed.D. dissertation, The Graduate Division, Colorado State College (which later became the University of Northern Colorado)).

[Juslin 2008] Juslin, P. N., & Västfjäll, D. (2008). Emotional responses to music: The need to consider underlying mechanisms, Behavoiral and Brain Sciences, 31, 559–621, doi:10.1017/S0140525X08005293.

[Juslin 2010] Juslin, P. N., & Sloboda, J. (editors) (2010). Handbook of music and emotion: Theory, research, applications. Oxford University Press.

[Juzhong 2005] Juzhong, Z., & Kuen, L. Y. (2005). The magic flutes, Natural History Magazine, 114(7), 43–49.

 
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